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Fresh out of high school, I remember experimenting with a lot of different fields relating to the arts. I wanted to be a writer, or an editor, or an illustrator, or a graphic designer... I had a lot of different interests, but nothing really tied me down like when my friend lent me her dSLR camera for a whole summer and let me experiment with it. I remember arranging a photoshoot a day for a month straight, and everyday I learned something new. Some of those things things I learned were not to spend eight hours trying to fix an underexposed image and definitely don't do it again thirty more times before you really learn your lesson. From that point on, I bought my own camera and never quit doing photography. I found my calling.
I have always been interested in stories; from the moment I could talk, I would tell them. I imagined whole worlds with different characters and customs, and I spent hours upon hours flushing out those worlds with the foods they would eat and the fashion they would wear. I find photography to be an extension of story-telling. I set out to capture the story of a different world or character through the form and fashion of my models, and in doing so, I am able to convey my experience of this through an image. With each image, I hope to share the story that I have captured, and to inspire different worlds and characters through the imagination of the viewer as I have experienced for myself.
There is one of the most beautiful walls off of the main street in downtown Tacoma that I have ever found, and it is in a parking lot. It looks to be from an old building which was torn down and has worn wooden shutters, exposed wires and a circuit breaker, and a crumbling brick wall. Another beautiful location is this abandoned warehouse by the waterfront in West Seattle. There is a giant sunlight which lets in all this beautiful light, and the walls are covered in graffiti art. I love this types of urban decay because it feels like there is so much history, and I am excited about the story these places have to tell.SEE PORTFOLIO & BOOK
|Average Product job star rating||5.0|
|Seattle Product photography jobs per day||23|
|Average length of Product photography job (hours)||4.0|
|Product Photos taken per hour in Seattle||225|